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Snow Covers EvCC

Snow Covers EvCC

Helene Martin, Kyle Ogle, Jacob Dickson, Colin Burns, Emily Larson, and Dayna Strecker

January 23, 2020

A fresh blanket of snow in Snohomish County stopped the entire campus in its tracks as all EvCC locations were cancelled on Monday, Jan. 13 for the first time this school year. With nearly a week of snow behind us, frustrated students and staff alike are left with lots of catching up to do. Student...

Clipper Rewind: Winter Archives

Clipper Rewind: Winter Archives

Kyle Ogle, Staff Writer

January 17, 2020

The new year always sparks resolutions and change in habits for some people. Sometimes the change is unexpected, in the first few weeks students and instructors have already got some extra time to work on themselves with schools being closed for snow. This means it’s time to do a few last minute pu...

Studying in Style: Fall Fashion

Studying in Style: Fall Fashion

Dzenita Musabegovic, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

As a cold winter creeps up on us, EvCC students show off their personal style on campus, while keeping warm with this upcoming winter season. Whether it’s boots, knit tops or layers and layers of clothing, nothing tends to stop these EvCC students from expressing their individual style. EvCC...

Survive Your Winter Driving

Survive Your Winter Driving

Natalea Riffle, Staff Writer

January 28, 2017

  The winter season has arrived, bringing with it freezing temperatures and shivering students. Roads are often slick with ice and the occasional dusting of snow. As a result, a number of drivers will fall victim to a winter-related accident or scare. This year is EvCC’s Sophomore, Br...

The Cafeteria Goes Artisinal

Nate Thomas, Staff Writer

November 26, 2015

The cafeteria is going artisanal. In an email from the administration, it was announced that in December when Lancer Hospitality’s contract lapses, the owners of the Snohomish Bakery and The First & Union Kitchen will take over as the food service provider in the cafeteria. Andy Papadato...